Social Change and Modernization

Social Change and Modernization - Social Change and...

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Social Change and Modernization Nothing stays the same, and without change, how could life ever improve? This is what we call social change. Social change is the transition of culture and social institutions over a period of time. Key features of it are how some societies grow at a higher speed than others. Social change is often controversial and most changes matter more than others. One example of social movement would be the revolution, which was a radical change for everyone. It was a breaking away from the previous home the colonists had before arriving in America. Another revolutionary event: the Civil War; a fight about change, to give freedom to all who live in the country. Many people were against the change, but it happened. The civil rights movement is a social movement. It aimed for change for a group of individuals but changed society as a whole. The Woman’s liberation movement is a social movement aimed for equal rights men and women. In my Philosophy class, we are discussing how women from
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